{40+} Git Tower (Windows) Keyboard Shortcut Keys

Git Tower (Windows): It is a Git client for Windows and Mac. It allows using Git version control service under a nice-looking and powerful interface. In this tutorial, we are going to see the list of Git Tower (Windows) Keyboard Shortcut Keys. Let’s get them below!!

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Last updated on July 12, 2021.

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General shortcuts:

Shortcut Function
Ctrl+N Helps to open a new window.
Ctrl+O It will show a “Quick Open” dialog.
Ctrl+D Use this key to open the external diff tool for the current view.
F5 Helps to refresh/reload data.

Moving between views shortcuts:

Shortcut Function
Alt+S This key will show the services view.
Alt+R It is used to show the repositories view.
Ctrl+1 Helps to show a working copy view.
Ctrl+2 Use this key to show the history view.
Ctrl+3 It will show a stashes view.
Ctrl+0 Helps to show the HEAD branch.

Working copy & local changes shortcuts:

Shortcut Function
Ctrl+Shift+B It is used to check out revision.
Ctrl+Shift+C Helps to activate the commit dialog.
Ctrl+Enter Use this key to confirm the commit dialog.
Space It is used for stage/unstage selected file(s).
Ctrl+Shift+A Helps for stage all current changes.
Ctrl+S This key will save to stash.
Ctrl+Shift+S It will apply a stash.
Del Helps to discard local changes in the selected file.
Alt+Shift+M Use this key to show/hide non-modified files (i.e. all of the project’s files).
Alt+Shift+I It is used to show/hide ignored files.
Alt+Shift+U Helps to show/hide files that are marked “assume-unchanged”.

Remote interactions & commit history shortcuts:

Shortcut Function
Ctrl+F This shortcut key will fetch.
Ctrl+P It is used to pull.
Ctrl+U Helps to push HEAD.
Ctrl+G Use this key to show/hide the commit tree graph.
Ctrl+C It will copy SHA-1 hashes of selected commits to the clipboard.
Ctrl+ Helps to expand all diffs in the changeset.
Ctrl+ This key will collapse all diffs in the changeset.

Merging & Rebasing shortcuts:

Shortcut Function
Ctrl+M Helps to merge.
Ctrl+R It is used for rebasing.

Creating branches & tags shortcuts:

Shortcut Function
Ctrl+B This key will create a new branch.
Ctrl+Shift+T Helps to create a new tag.

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